Couple Indoor Sauna
When it comes to taking a sauna, there’s really no set prescription for how it’s done, but it’s generally accepted that it should be done in rounds. Do you own a home sauna and are still learning how to use it? Below is a suggested sauna procedure for anyone who hasn’t developed and refined their own yet.


STEP #1 - Set your heater so that the sauna room achieves the desired temperature, usually between 150º F and 170ºF. As a novice, you should begin at the lower end of this range and work your way up to the higher temperatures over several sauna baths.

STEP #2 - Remove all clothing (except maybe your swimsuit), eyeglasses, contact lenses, jewelry, etc. Take a quick shower with warm water and soap, or a quick dip in your hot tub or swimming pool.

STEP #3 - Enter the sauna initially for about 5 to 15 minutes. Bring a towel into the sauna onto which you can sit or lay. Leave the sauna room once you have begun to perspire freely.

STEP #4 - Now you may take a cold plunge in your swimming pool, shower or snow bank. After that, relax and cool down for another 10 to 20 minutes.

STEP #5 - Re-enter the sauna. On this return visit you may wish to sprinkle small amounts of water onto the stones, creating bursts of steam. If the water spills through the heater and onto the floor, you are using too much, although this will not hurt the heater or the sauna.

* You may choose to repeat Steps 3-5 as often as you like.

STEP #6 - After your final visit to the sauna, relax for at least 20 minutes. Shower with soap and warm water. Finish your shower with cooler water to close the pores of your skin. Dress only after you have cooled down completely.

NOTE: Whatever your sauna regimen, it is important that you keep yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water!

Almost Heaven Saunas is a U.S. manufacturer of quality home saunas with over 30 years of experience in the field.